Jack Booth

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Paradigm Statement
Last changed 25 March 2021 7:01 PM EDT

I AM NOT GOING TO VOTE ON PROCEDURAL ARGUMENTS ABOUT COVID/MASKS - DO NOT READ THEM IN FRONT OF ME - I WILL INTERVENE TO NOT VOTE FOR THEM

Short Version:

-yes email chain: nyu.bs.debate@gmail.com - feel free to reach me there before or after the round with any questions you have as well

-debated in high school @ Mill Valley and college @ NYU for 7 years total - mostly policy arguments in high school, mix of high theory and policy in college

-assistant coach at Blue Valley West, former assistant for Mill Valley and Mamaroneck

-spin > evidence quality, unless the evidence is completely inconsistent with the spin

-tech > truth as long as the tech has a claim, warrant, and impact

-great for impact turns

-fairness is more of an internal link or impact filter than an impact itself

-don't like to judge kick but if you give me reasons to I might

-personally think condo has gone way too far in recent years and more people should go for it, but I don't presume anything for theory questions

-most of the rounds I judge are clash debates, but I've been in policy v policy and k v k both as a debater and judge so I'm down for anything

-apparently, I take a long time with my decisions - often I go all the way to the decision time - this does not say anything about the debate, I am just trying to give the best feedback possible, so don't read into it

Overview:

Debate is for the debaters so do your thing and I'll do my best to provide a fair decision despite any preferences or experiences that I have. I have had the opportunity to judge and participate in debates of several different formats, circuits, and styles in my short career. What I've found is that all forms of debate are valuable in some way, though often for different reasons, whether it be policy, critical, performance, LD, PF, local circuit, national circuit, public debates, etc. Please have fun! Debating is fun for you I hope!

Rules of Thumb:

-Clarity: I fervently believe that debate is a communicative activity, and therefore insist that I can hear and understand every word that is being said. I will say clear at most twice during a speech, then give up flowing. Often debaters will have different levels of clarity during different parts of their speech, sometimes making it difficult to call out unclear speech if the moment passes. To avoid this, please just be clear in the first place. As I have just recently stopped debating and have judged a good number of high school and college debates, I'd like to think I have a pretty well-attuned ear, meaning that if I can't understand you it is probably because you are being genuinely unclear, not because you are going too fast.

COVID Update - Please try to be as clear as possible, but obviously tech issues are just going to get in the way sometimes. I can't say clear over Zoom, but you should generally know if you're being clear or not. I follow along in speech docs occasionally now if I need to, but I try not to make a habit out of it. If you're unclear during a later rebuttal speech, there's really not much I can do.

-Etiquette: I have a soft spot for debaters from smaller or underfunded programs. I despise arrogance from debaters with more experience and resources against those without. Confidence is fine, but there can be a fine line between it and meanness. Please recognize that everyone has different levels of access to the activity and refrain from disparaging other debaters implicitly or explicitly because of their background, or I will lower your speaks dramatically. Luckily, I have only seen a couple of serious examples of this, but I find it important to mention nonetheless.

-Cards: As a debater, I always hated when judges read cards to find arguments that weren't really present in a speech. I try to rely on the debate in front of me as much as I can, but I've found that I have to resort to reading evidence in a lot of debates I would rather not because the debaters do not do a good enough job explaining warrants or doing evidence comparison, leaving me to do these things on my own. I also find that I have a preference for longer cards with more highlighting and fleshed out warrants, even in straight-up policy debates. I dislike having to find warrants in un-underlined or un-highlighted portions of cards when I'm reading evidence after the debate, and may not consider them at all if I don't think they're consistent with the rest of the highlighting. I don't usually follow along in speech docs.

-The Clash of Civilizations: Since I started out reading policy args in a very k-heavy region, then transitioned to reading more k args against policy teams nationally, most of my college debate career has been clash debates. These are also the debates that I always excelled the most in, on either side of the spectrum. Trying to convince me that one side or the other is completely irredeemable is possible, but not something I am necessarily amenable to. I find arguments that X model of debate produces research/skills, but those are the wrong kinds of skills, and ours are better because of Y and Z to be more convincing.

Framework:

It seems this is the main reason most people read paradigms these days. I have voted both ways in these debates, and have been on both sides (2A reading a k aff & 1N going for fw in the block) of the framework debate in my career.

Neg --

I think negative teams here most often miss why things like fairness and education are important. Impact these claims out into some tangible benefit that I can compare against the impact turn. Writing a neg ballot only on procedural fairness is hard for me. I find a lot of these debates to end up pretty tautological - "fairness is an impact because debate is a game and games should have rules or else they'd be unfair," etc. These debates leave me wondering how to compare fairness to something tangible like psychological violence or political passivity in a traditional impact calc sense. I find fairness much more convincing to me as an impact filter, i.e. a reason to be skeptical of the case page, ensuring better clash, etc. This is considered a hot take by a lot of people, but I really don't understand why. Many teams in front of me will win that fairness is necessary to preserve the game, but never take the next step of explaining to me why preserving the game is good. In that scenario, what "impact" am I really voting on? Even if the other team agrees that the game of debate is good (which a lot of k affs contest anyways), you still have to quantify or qualify how important that is for me reasonably compare it to the impact turn. Perhaps if you read something like deontology arguments that say fairness is a virtue I must always preserve, I could vote on it alone, but in a utilitarian sense, I just don't know how to weigh it against anything. Fairness as a filter to some neg arguments and a more external impact like skills or topic-specific education is a much more convincing ballot for me. When I do vote on fairness alone, it is usually because the negative team has also forwarded substantial defensive arguments like a convincing TVA, read it on the neg, or c/i links to aff offense that mitigates the risk of the impact turn to nearly zero.

Aff --

I generally prefer aff strategies that just impact turn framework. I have seen and voted for predictable counter-interps, but a lot of the time it feels like an uphill battle. Most of the time, the neg is able to tie a good chunk of their offense to the predictability portion of the debate, which really hurts c/i solvency. That being said, a counter-interp can still mitigate a good amount of neg offense, so it may be still good to have one even if you are impact turning some of the neg's stuff. I just wouldn't recommend it as the focus of your strategy. Like the neg however, aff teams need to do more than make nebulous references to things like psychological violence. What kind of violence, and why is it more important than debating the topic? Explain to me in clear terms what the impact to your impact turn is. Be careful of large defensive arguments. I have dropped a number of teams who mishandle read it on the neg or who read impact turns that link to their own interp.

Everyone needs to compare their impacts to the other side's as well as relative solvency of the interps, and tell me why I should vote for them. For some reason, impact comparison just seems to disappear from debaters' repertoire when debating framework, which is really frustrating for me.

Other Argument Preferences:

-Kritiks: Both sides of these debates often involve a lot of people reading overviews at each other, especially in high school, which can make it hard to evaluate at the end of the round. Have a clear link story and a reason why the alternative resolves those links. Absent an alt, have a framework as to why your impacts matter/why you still win the round. For affs, pick either the impact turn strat or the perm strat and stick with it. I like impact turns better, but sometimes perms are more strategic. I'm not sure how useful this is, but the way I think about kritiks may also be a bit different than what you're used to. Rather than thinking about it as a non-unique disad with a counterplan, I think about the impacts as negative effects of the status quo, the alternative as a way of resolving the status quo, and the links as reasons why the aff prevents the alternative from happening, rather than something that directly causes the impacts. This framing helps me a lot when I'm thinking through permutations. This is of course when I'm evaluating something like fiat. Winning that the debate should only be about representations and that the affirmative's reps are bad for scholarship is also a convincing ballot for me.

Literature I am intimately familiar with (have run these arguments frequently and/or have done other research outside of debate into them): Cap, Psychoanalysis (more Lacan than Freud), Baudrillard, Foucault, DnG, Bataille, plant ontology (lol), Bifo, Edelman, Puar.

Literature I am somewhat familiar with (have run these arguments infrequently or done some coaching on them): Derrida, Wilderson, Warren, Set Col.

Anything else assume that I have little or no familiarity with.

-Affirmatives: I think all affs should have a clear impact story with a good solvency advocate explaining why the aff resolves the links to those impacts. I really enjoy affs that are creative and outside of what a lot of people are reading, but are still grounded in the resolution. If you can find a clever interpretation of the topic or policy idea that the community hasn't thought of yet, I'll probably bump your speaks a bit.

-Disads: Love 'em. Impact framing is very important in these debates. A lot of disads (especially politics) have pretty bad ev/internal link chains, so try to wow me with 1 good card rather than spitting out 10 bad ones. 0 risk of a disad is absolutely a thing. I don't automatically presume a 1% chance of the link for the whole debate just because you read 1 or 2 bad cards in the 1NC. You have to actually win the link debate for me to grant you a chance of a link.

-Counterplans: They should have solvency advocates and a clear story for competition. Exploit generic link chains in affs. I read some wonky process cps and pics in my career but if the aff wins theory then they win theory. I won't judge kick unless you tell me to in the 2NR, and preferably it should have some kind of justification.

-Topicality: I default to competing interps most of the time, but you can convince me that I should vote on reasonability. Be clear about what your interp includes and excludes and why that is a good thing. I view topicality like a disad most of the time, and vote for whoever's vision of the topic is best.

-Theory: Being a 2A I think makes more inherently sympathetic to affs on theory questions and the like. I think condo has gone way too far in recent years, especially with multi-plank counterplans that have dozens or hundreds of possible combinations that can all be kicked. If the aff wins new affs are good, it doesn't make sense to me why new affs would then justify unbridled conditionality. That being said, I do my best to evaluate theory arguments as well as I would any other argument in debate. I haven't thought too hard about other theory questions. If you're winning it as a reason to reject the team, feel free to go for it no matter how silly you think it is.

Random Things I Like:

-I love impact turns. Everything from prolif good and dedev to spark and wipeout.

-I think that intrinsicness vs. agenda politics disads is an underutilized argument. By that I mean if the affirmative can prove that both the agenda item and plan can happen at the same time then I will assign the da 0 risk. I think most political capital is finite ev is pretty bad and does not actually establish tradeoffs, but hey maybe you'll surprise me.

-I like numbering 2AC responses to off-case and 1NC responses to case arguments. If you can keep consistent numbering and substructure I will be a fan and it will help my flow.

-Jokes if you're funny. I'm not funny so I get it and you shouldn't feel obligated.

Speaker Points:

This is a pretty good scale that I like to use: http://collegedebateratings.weebly.com/uploads/4/2/0/5/42050991/point-scale-desc-6_orig.png

Extras (you get extra points for 1 reference per round): Brandon Sanderson novels (stormlight, mistborn, or warbreaker) +.3, AoT +.2, HxH through greed island arc +.2, Haikyuu +.1, jjk +.1, HxH after greed island arc -.2 (in the middle of chimera ant and would like to avoid spoilers).

Final thoughts:

I have a lot of personal political and philosophical beliefs, but I try my best to leave them at the door. Being funny or just doing things to make the debate more enjoyable will boost your speaker points. I think debate is a game, and I think it's a pretty fun one. So while winning or losing, always try to have fun. You don't need to always take things so seriously. I don't understand why someone would do this activity if they didn't enjoy it.

Full Judging Record
Tournament Lv Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers Double Iowa PS Michigan MM - Online Neg Neg 3-0
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers R7 Houston LM James Madison HM Neg
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers R6 Michigan HH Macalester/Oakton Community KT Aff
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers R5 Binghamton/Georgetown AZ George Mason BG Neg
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers R4 Western Washington RS - Online Minnesota MP - Online Neg
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers R3 Liberty BH Miguel Molina Chavez Neg
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers R2 Washington University in St. Louis/Columbia AD Baylor HL Neg
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers R1 Texas DK Wichita State MW Aff
48th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2022-02-18 NCX Octos Walter Payton GM Greenhill HL Neg Neg 2-1
48th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2022-02-18 VCX R7 Walter Payton PW CK McClatchy BB Aff
48th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2022-02-18 VCX R6 Garfield SP Glenbrook South SL Aff
48th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2022-02-18 JVCX R5 Calvert Hall IH SA Harlem West TJ Neg
48th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2022-02-18 JVCX R4 Success Academy HS - Liberal Arts LA SA Hudson Yards BG Aff
48th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2022-02-18 VCX R3 Georgetown Day BL Berkeley Prep SR Aff
48th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2022-02-18 VCX R2 Georgetown Day BB Interlake QZ Neg
48th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2022-02-18 VCX R1 Edina HG ike song Aff
Texas Open C 2022-02-05 OP R6 Michigan Pierry & Rabbini Harvard Aoki & Farronay Aff
Texas Open C 2022-02-05 OP R4 Michigan Agrawal & Hsu Harvard Dean & Gines Aff
Texas Open C 2022-02-05 OP R3 George Mason Peake & Lowry UTD Mubarak & Beutelspacher Aff
KSHSAA 5A 6A 4 Speaker State Debate Championship HS 2022-01-14 5A R6 2 Aff (5A) 3 Neg (5A) Neg Neg 3-0
KSHSAA 5A 6A 4 Speaker State Debate Championship HS 2022-01-14 5A R5 7 Aff (5A) 2 Neg (5A) Aff Aff 2-1
KSHSAA 5A 6A 4 Speaker State Debate Championship HS 2022-01-14 5A R4 4 Aff (5A) 7 Neg (5A) Aff Aff 3-0
KSHSAA 5A 6A 4 Speaker State Debate Championship HS 2022-01-14 5A R3 1 Aff (5A) 5 Neg (5A) Aff Neg 2-1
KSHSAA 5A 6A 4 Speaker State Debate Championship HS 2022-01-14 5A R2 3 Aff (5A) 1 Neg (5A) Aff Aff 2-1
KSHSAA 5A 6A 4 Speaker State Debate Championship HS 2022-01-14 5A R1 5 Aff (5A) 4 Neg (5A) Neg Neg 3-0
Three Trails District Tournament HS 2021-12-10 CX Qrtr. 105 103 Aff Aff 3-0
Three Trails District Tournament HS 2021-12-10 CX R1 112 107 Neg
KCKCC Policy Debate TOC Qualifier HS 2021-11-05 TOC Quarte Washburn Rural Sonya Doubledee & Kavinayashri Chidambaranathan Lawrence Free State Aaron Persinger & Sophie Racy Neg Neg 3-0
KCKCC Policy Debate TOC Qualifier HS 2021-11-05 TOC R5 Derby Naomi Island & Chloe Johnson Barstow Matthew Gill & Jayden Sampat Aff
KCKCC Policy Debate TOC Qualifier HS 2021-11-05 TOC R2 Shawnee Mission West Parker Richmond & Eric Qiang Washburn Rural Sonya Doubledee & Kavinayashri Chidambaranathan Neg
KCKCC Policy Debate TOC Qualifier HS 2021-11-05 TOC R1 Pembroke Hill Armaan Yarlagadda & Truman Connor Sabarish Ravi Aff
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2021-10-29 VCX Quar Kickapoo MK North Broward Prep GN Aff Aff 3-0
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2021-10-29 VCX R6 Iowa City West WS Pembroke Hill YC Aff
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2021-10-29 NCX R5 USN CR West Des Moines Valley ST Aff
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2021-10-29 VCX R3 Kickapoo MK Barstow LS Aff
Lansing Debate Invitational HS 2021-10-22 DCI QF Shawnee Mission West QR Olathe North DL Neg Neg 3-0
Lansing Debate Invitational HS 2021-10-22 DCI R4 Blue Valley North CH De Soto FH Aff
Lansing Debate Invitational HS 2021-10-22 DCI R3 Blue Valley Southwest PT Olathe North DL Aff
Lansing Debate Invitational HS 2021-10-22 DCI R2 Shawnee Mission West QR De Soto PW Aff
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX Quarte Truman SW Lawrence Free State PR Neg Neg 3-0
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX Octas Kickapoo KM Lawrence Free State PR Neg Neg 3-0
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX R6 Kickapoo KM Barstow AP Aff
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX R4 Greenhill MR Univ Of Chicago Lab CE Aff
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX R2 Moore WM Stockdale PS Neg
Blue Valley Southwest HS 2021-10-01 Nov R3 Blue Valley North HT Blue Valley Southwest HH Aff
Blue Valley Southwest HS 2021-10-01 Nov R2 Blue Valley West AC Blue Valley North NH Aff
Blue Valley Southwest HS 2021-10-01 Nov R1 Blue Valley North MV Blue Valley AA Neg
Washburn Rural Debate Invitational 2021 HS 2021-09-17 Var QFs Wichita East HL Blue Valley North TU NEG NEG 3-0
Washburn Rural Debate Invitational 2021 HS 2021-09-17 Var R5 Manhattan JD Blue Valley North TU NEG
Washburn Rural Debate Invitational 2021 HS 2021-09-17 Var R4 Lansing PD Hayden SM NEG
Washburn Rural Debate Invitational 2021 HS 2021-09-17 Var R3 Blue Valley Southwest HL Maize AW AFF
Washburn Rural Debate Invitational 2021 HS 2021-09-17 Var R1 Blue Valley Southwest CS Olathe Northwest WM NEG
CEDA Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-04-09 Open Octs Binghamton AM Michigan RV Neg Neg 2-1
CEDA Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-04-09 Open R6 Emory BW Oklahoma SR Aff
CEDA Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-04-09 Open R5 Michigan RV Wake Forest RS Neg
CEDA Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-04-09 Open R4 UT Dallas/Columbia WD New School WC Aff
75th National Debate Tournament C 2021-03-25 Open R7 Emory PR Liberty CaRa Aff Aff 3-0
75th National Debate Tournament C 2021-03-25 Open R6 Wake Forest FH Emory GK Neg Neg 2-1
75th National Debate Tournament C 2021-03-25 Open R5 Iowa BR Michigan PR Neg Neg 3-0
75th National Debate Tournament C 2021-03-25 Open R4 Michigan MM Wake Forest BD Neg Neg 3-0
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov Finals James Madison BD George Mason BP Aff Neg 2-1
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov Quarte New School CD Liberty DJ Neg Neg 3-0
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 JV Octos Minnesota AD George Mason LP Aff Neg 2-1
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 JV R6 Liberty SW George Mason IS Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov R5 George Mason BP Monmouth MR Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 JV R4 Liberty CR George Mason BG Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov R3 James Madison BD New School EC Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 JV R2 United States Military HD George Mason DH Neg
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 VCX R5 Jesuit BJ New Trier JW Neg
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 VCX R3 Blue Valley North PR Jesuit WS Aff
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 VCX R1 Niles North BG Sonoma PK Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates C 2021-02-05 Open RD 4 Houston FL UC Berkeley EE Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates C 2021-02-05 Open RD 3 Harvard/Dartmouth OV Rochester AM Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates C 2021-02-05 Open RD 2 Emory PR Binghamton AM Aff
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates C 2021-02-05 Open RD 1 Binghamton PP Michigan HS Neg
KSHSAA 4 Speaker State HS 2021-01-15 5A R7 5 Aff 6 Neg Aff Aff 3-0
KSHSAA 4 Speaker State HS 2021-01-15 5A R6 2 Aff 4 Neg Neg Neg 3-0
KSHSAA 4 Speaker State HS 2021-01-15 5A R5 4 Aff 7 Neg Neg Neg 3-0
KSHSAA 4 Speaker State HS 2021-01-15 5A R4 7 Aff 3 Neg Neg Neg 2-1
KSHSAA 4 Speaker State HS 2021-01-15 5A R3 8 Aff 5 Neg Neg Neg 2-1
Debate Coaches Invitational HS 2021-01-08 DCI Semis Washburn Rural PW Lawrence Free State WR Aff Aff 2-1
Debate Coaches Invitational HS 2021-01-08 DCI Quarte Washburn Rural PW Blue Valley Southwest ZK Aff Aff 2-1
Debate Coaches Invitational HS 2021-01-08 JV R5 Lansing SS Derby IM Aff
Debate Coaches Invitational HS 2021-01-08 DCI R4 Lawrence Free State WR Blue Valley Southwest CS Aff
Debate Coaches Invitational HS 2021-01-08 DCI R2 Lawrence Free State PH Derby SW Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 CX Double Glenbrook South KK Shawnee Mission East SH Aff Aff 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 CX R7 Berkeley Prep WW Roseville Area HO Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 MSCX R5 NSU AL SMSOT WS Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 MSCX R4 MouVer OK SMSOT GS Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 CX R4 Lexington KI Altamont AY Aff
Three Trails District Tournament HS 2020-12-11 CX Finals 110 100 Neg Neg 3-0
Three Trails District Tournament HS 2020-12-11 CX Quarte 116 103 Neg Neg 3-0
Three Trails District Tournament HS 2020-12-11 CX R4 109 105 Neg
Three Trails District Tournament HS 2020-12-11 CX R3 107 120 Aff
KCKSNCFL HS 2020-12-04 Var R6 Lawrence Shew & Viloria Shawnee Mission West Wallenburg & Wright Neg Neg 3-0
KCKSNCFL HS 2020-12-04 Var R5 Blue Valley Northwest Ramanujan & Yang Lansing Atkins & Souser Aff Aff 3-0
KCKSNCFL HS 2020-12-04 Var R4 Shawnee Mission South Shaw & Smith Blue Valley Northwest Mojica & Bhagavan Neg Neg 3-0
KCKSNCFL HS 2020-12-04 Var R3 Blue Valley Southwest Ziegelman & Khan Lawrence Shew & Viloria Aff Neg 2-1
KCKCC Policy Debate TOC Qualifier HS 2020-11-06 TOC Octos Blue Valley Northwest Shaurir Ramanujan & Sabrina Yang Olathe East Aryana Booth & Teagan Townsend Aff Aff 3-0
KCKCC Policy Debate TOC Qualifier HS 2020-11-06 TOC R6 Blue Valley North Firas Batrash & Grant Mao Shawnee Mission East Sam Huntley & Ibrahim Sufi Neg
KCKCC Policy Debate TOC Qualifier HS 2020-11-06 TOC R5 Lawrence Jake Shew & Helen Viloria Blue Valley Northwest Alex Mojica & Mayan Bhagavan Neg
KCKCC Policy Debate TOC Qualifier HS 2020-11-06 Nov R3 Westwood Shriya Kota & Anannya Sathaye Sabarish Ravi Aff
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2020-10-30 VCX O L C Anderson KL Olathe East BT Aff Aff 2-1
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2020-10-30 VCX R6 L C Anderson CR West HS SLC PS Neg
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2020-10-30 VCX R5 L C Anderson KL Little Rock Central GR Neg
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2020-10-30 VCX R4 Blue Valley Northwest MB Okemos SN Aff
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2020-10-30 VCX R3 Okemos KL ADL BW Neg
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 VCX R6 Little Rock Central LG Blue Valley Southwest CS Aff
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 VCX R5 Blue Valley Southwest ZK Little Rock Central RG Neg
ONW Virtual Debate Invitational HS 2020-10-02 OP R6 S.Hts Miller & Lake WaRu Alaras & Poling Aff
ONW Virtual Debate Invitational HS 2020-10-02 OP R3 Seabury Spurlock & Petillo Pitt Mathew & Spiers Neg
ONW Virtual Debate Invitational HS 2020-10-02 JV R3 S.Hts Zamrzla & Womack SMNW Shroff & Russell Aff
ONW Virtual Debate Invitational HS 2020-10-02 OP R2 SMNW Thomas & Fewins Seabury Griggs & Horan Neg
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2020 HS 2020-02-27 VCX Quarte Dowling Catholic WH H.B. Plant KE Aff Neg 2-1
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2020 HS 2020-02-27 VCX R6 Oakton BN Lexington FR Neg
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2020 HS 2020-02-27 VCX R5 Bronx Science FV Lexington TK Neg
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2020 HS 2020-02-27 VCX R4 Bronx HS Of Science MT Berkeley Prep Independent ZZ Aff
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2020 HS 2020-02-27 VCX R3 Lexington BS Bowie TT Aff
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2020 HS 2020-02-27 VCX R2 Lexington BT Calvert Hall BC Neg
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2020 HS 2020-02-27 VCX R1 Lexington GA Bronx Science XZ Aff
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 JVCX Semifi Univ Of Chicago Lab KP Niles North NG Neg Neg 2-1
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 VCX Quarte Whitney Young HO Coppell AK Aff Aff 2-1
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 VCX Octas Bronx Science RT Liberal Arts and Science IJ Aff Aff 2-1
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 VCX Dbls Liberal Arts and Science GP Bronx Science RT Neg Neg 2-1
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 VCX R7 Bronx Science RT Whitney Young MM Neg
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 VCX R6 Caddo Magnet KL Rosemount Sr PS Aff
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 VCX R5 Midway BW Stuyvesant HQ Neg
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 JVCX R4 Bronx Science PS SA Hudson Yards NV Neg
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 VCX R2 Tuloso Midway JX Liberal Arts and Science MM Aff
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2020-02-13 VCX R1 Brooklyn Technical BH Lexington LL Neg
KSHSAA 2020 6A 2 Speaker Tournament HS 2020-01-17 6A Octa 03B FV 11A BJ Aff Aff 3-0
KSHSAA 2020 6A 2 Speaker Tournament HS 2020-01-17 6A Doub 17C SV 06D PR Neg Neg 3-0
KSHSAA 2020 6A 2 Speaker Tournament HS 2020-01-17 6A R6 23A DN 05B MG Aff
KSHSAA 2020 6A 2 Speaker Tournament HS 2020-01-17 6A R5 24A FM 14B SS Aff
KSHSAA 2020 6A 2 Speaker Tournament HS 2020-01-17 6A R4 03C CR 12D RW Neg
KSHSAA 2020 6A 2 Speaker Tournament HS 2020-01-17 6A R2 13A WS 18A SH Aff
KSHSAA 2020 6A 2 Speaker Tournament HS 2020-01-17 6A R1 10B AW 26A HR Neg
NY Fall Faceoff at Mamaroneck HS HS 2019-12-05 Open Quarte Lexington LL Brooklyn Technical PS Neg Neg 2-1
NY Fall Faceoff at Mamaroneck HS HS 2019-12-05 Open Octafi Newark Science OB Stuyvesant CN Neg Aff 2-1
NY Fall Faceoff at Mamaroneck HS HS 2019-12-05 Open R6 Bronx Science XZ Thomas Jefferson HSST TH Neg
NY Fall Faceoff at Mamaroneck HS HS 2019-12-05 Open R5 Lexington LL Newark Science OB Aff
NY Fall Faceoff at Mamaroneck HS HS 2019-12-05 Open R4 Lexington KH Leon Goldstein CK Aff
NY Fall Faceoff at Mamaroneck HS HS 2019-12-05 Open R3 Stuyvesant CN Georgetown Day BL Aff
NY Fall Faceoff at Mamaroneck HS HS 2019-12-05 Open R2 North Star TO Lexington YS Aff
NY Fall Faceoff at Mamaroneck HS HS 2019-12-05 Open R1 Thomas Jefferson HSST XD Newark Tech WD Aff
Rutgers University Newark Debate Tournament 2019 C 2019-11-08 nov NQF Monmouth FW NewSchool KB Aff Aff 2-1
Rutgers University Newark Debate Tournament 2019 C 2019-11-08 nov Nov4 Monmouth JH NewSchool KB Aff
Rutgers University Newark Debate Tournament 2019 C 2019-11-08 nov Nov3 Rochester CG Monmouth BH Aff
Rutgers University Newark Debate Tournament 2019 C 2019-11-08 nov Nov2 Monmouth AT Rochester AP Aff
Rutgers University Newark Debate Tournament 2019 C 2019-11-08 nov Nov1 Rochester SH Monmouth DR Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2019-10-18 CX Sextos Cypress Bay BG Lexington MC Neg Neg 3-0
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2019-10-18 CX R6 Damien BB Lexington TK Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2019-10-18 CX R5 Bronx Science ZX Baltimore City SW Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2019-10-18 CX R4 Interlake CL Georgetown Day MW Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2019-10-18 CX R2 Edgemont KS Baltimore City DP Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2019-10-18 CX R1 Perry LA McDonogh JT Aff
Byram Hills Invitational HS 2019-09-06 LD R4 Harrison AZ Byram Hills ZH Aff
Byram Hills Invitational HS 2019-09-06 LD R4 Harrison AA Harrison GC Neg
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2019 HS 2019-02-28 VCX R6 Fullerton Union GK Newark Tech MR Aff
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2019 HS 2019-02-28 VCX R5 Newark Tech EM Leon Goldstein FK Aff
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2019 HS 2019-02-28 VCX R3 Baltimore City TP Newark Tech TN Aff
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2019 HS 2019-02-28 VCX R2 Leon Goldstein AF Bronx HS Of Science CR Neg
KSHSAA 2 Person Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-11 KSHSA OFs 1C SM East 16C BV Northwest Aff Neg 2-1
KSHSAA 2 Person Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-11 KSHSA R5 22A Gardner Edgerton 13C SM West Neg
KSHSAA 2 Person Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-11 KSHSA R4 15C Washburn Rural 4B Topeka High Neg
KSHSAA 2 Person Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-11 KSHSA R3 2B Lawrence 5D Olathe Northwest Aff
KSHSAA 2 Person Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-11 KSHSA R1 14B SM South 11D Blue Valley Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2018-10-12 CX Finals North Broward Prep MR North Star Academy CPHS BY Aff Neg 2-1
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2018-10-12 CX Octofi North Broward Prep DF Cypress Bay BL Aff Aff 2-1
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2018-10-12 CX Sextod Lexington BY CK McClatchy FS Neg Neg 3-0
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2018-10-12 CX R6 Georgetown Day PR Strath Haven LZ Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2018-10-12 CX R5 Mamaroneck CL Stuyvesant WL Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2018-10-12 CX R4 Newark Science AS Brooklyn Technical BW Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2018-10-12 CX R3 Brooklyn Technical ST Cypress Bay LR Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2018-10-12 CX R2 Hunter AJ Damien BT Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2018-10-12 CX R1 Cypress Bay BL North Broward Prep DF Neg
SADL Policy Debate Invitational New School University MS 2018-04-21 NP R5 SA Hudson Yards BM SA Harlem North Central AO Aff
SADL Policy Debate Invitational New School University MS 2018-04-21 JV R4 SA Harlem North Central MD SA Bronx 2 DB Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2018-03-03 Nov Quarte Liberty CH Cornell GT Neg Neg 3-0
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2018-03-03 Nov Octos Indiana BG Binghamton MB Neg Neg 3-0
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2018-03-03 Nov R6 Rutgers-Newark BP George Mason BJ Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2018-03-03 Nov R5 George Mason BB United States Military DM Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2018-03-03 Nov R4 Binghamton MB George Mason PR Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2018-03-03 Nov R3 Rutgers-Newark KH Cornell KO Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2018-03-03 Nov R2 Cornell GT George Mason AH Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2018-03-03 Nov R1 Southern Methodist LW Liberty CS Neg
44th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2018-02-17 VPD Double Alpharetta HS BM Okemos RR Neg Neg 2-1
44th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2018-02-17 JVP Double Brooklyn Technical SD Nashua South MP Aff Aff 3-0
44th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2018-02-17 JVP R6 Charlestown LN Hebron DG Neg
44th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2018-02-17 JVP R5 New Mission HS Boston Community Leadershi DG Brooklyn Technical SD Aff
44th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2018-02-17 VPD R4 Whitney Young HO DMV Independent AK Neg
44th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2018-02-17 VPD R3 Mountain Brook CH Mamaroneck EM Aff
44th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2018-02-17 VPD R2 Evanston Township HR Dowling Catholic TM Neg
SADL 4th Middle School Debate Tournament MS 2017-12-09 OpenP R4 SA Midtown West AM SA Harlem East PM Neg
SADL 4th Middle School Debate Tournament MS 2017-12-09 OpenP R3 SA Bed-Stuy GB SA Bronx 2 SM Aff
SADL 4th Middle School Debate Tournament MS 2017-12-09 OpenP R2 SA Bed-Stuy TW SA Bronx 2 LO Neg
SADL 4th Middle School Debate Tournament MS 2017-12-09 OpenP R1 SA Bed-Stuy PP SA Harlem West DN Aff
Jersey Shore Invitational at Monmouth University C 2017-11-18 Nov Semis Binghamton GB George Mason PR Aff Aff 2-1
Jersey Shore Invitational at Monmouth University C 2017-11-18 Nov Octs Rochester MK George Mason AH Neg Neg 3-0
Jersey Shore Invitational at Monmouth University C 2017-11-18 Nov R6 Rutgers-Newark/Rochester KV Monmouth BB Aff
Jersey Shore Invitational at Monmouth University C 2017-11-18 Nov R5 Monmouth BiGu Wilkes FS Neg
Jersey Shore Invitational at Monmouth University C 2017-11-18 Nov R4 Cornell KO Monmouth FK Aff
Jersey Shore Invitational at Monmouth University C 2017-11-18 Nov R3 NewSchool PW Monmouth DM Aff
Jersey Shore Invitational at Monmouth University C 2017-11-18 Nov R2 Cornell GT Monmouth CS Aff
Jersey Shore Invitational at Monmouth University C 2017-11-18 Nov R1 Monmouth FR Rochester MK Neg
SADL 2nd Middle School Debate Tournament MS 2017-10-21 NovPo R4 DP PT HNC MD Aff
SADL 2nd Middle School Debate Tournament MS 2017-10-21 NovPo R3 DP LC HNC GV Neg
SADL 2nd Middle School Debate Tournament MS 2017-10-21 NovPo R2 MW DD MY BH Neg
SADL 2nd Middle School Debate Tournament MS 2017-10-21 OpenP R1 HE QS BS BB Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2017-10-13 CX Sextod Nevada Union AM Strath Haven PZ Aff Aff 3-0
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2017-10-13 CX R6 La Salle CH Baltimore City DS Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2017-10-13 CX R5 Gulliver Prep GP McQueen RC Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2017-10-13 CX R3 Mamaroneck MM Baltimore City AT Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament HS 2017-10-13 CX R2 Baltimore City SM Pine Crest Prep CD Neg
Big Apple Bronx Round Robin HS 2017-10-12 LD R5 Lake Highland Prep AA Lexington RW Neg Neg 2-0
Big Apple Bronx Round Robin HS 2017-10-12 LD R4 Lexington RW Newark Science BA Neg
Big Apple Bronx Round Robin HS 2017-10-12 LD R2 Stuyvesant KL Lake Highland Prep AA Aff Aff 2-0
Big Apple Bronx Round Robin HS 2017-10-12 LD R1 American Heritage HS - Delray Beach AD Hunter MS Aff
SADL 1st Middle School Debate Tournament Workshop MS 2017-09-30 NovPo R2 SA Ditmas Park LM SA Myrtle GM Neg
SADL 1st Middle School Debate Tournament Workshop MS 2017-09-30 OpenP R1 SA Midtown West ZW Zackhery Facey Aff
Riverdale Country School Intramural HS 2017-05-13 NPF RND3 Olivia Salvage & Justin Berger Scott Fischer & Jason Goldring Aff
Riverdale Country School Intramural HS 2017-05-13 NPF RND2 CeCe Clairmont & Chiara Schmidt Scott Fischer & Jason Goldring Neg
Riverdale Country School Intramural HS 2017-05-13 NPF RND1 Jennifer Frank & Jacob Katz Luka Zegarac Pollock & Cole Sandick Aff